ARCTIC LIGHTS share the video for ‘King Of America’ from their ‘Tabula Rasa EP’

ARCTIC LIGHTS to release The ‘Tabula Rasa EP’ on Friday, January 15th 1

Arctic Lights unveil the video for ‘King Of America’ from their brilliant new ‘Tabula Rasa’ EP. Arctic Lights is a new music project from Liam O’Callaghan (Bulkhead) and Edward Butt (Emperor of Ice Cream). In 2020, Emperor of Ice Cream who was signed to Sony Records, made a comeback last May to finally release their long-awaited album ‘No Sound Ever Dies’, which entered the official Irish album charts and also hit the No.1 spot in the indie charts, making it a staggering fourth No 1 since their comeback.

‘No Sound Ever Dies’ while achieving chart success at home in Ireland, has been very well received internationally with tracks from the album gaining radio airplay in a massive 33 countries spanning the globe.

In the early 90s, Liam O’Callaghan was one on Ireland’s most sought after songwriters with over seven record companies looking to sign his band Bulkhead, which sounded like a mixture of Nine Inch Nails meets melodic pop. While a major label offered a deal, it was turned down because of Bulkheads disillusionment with the music industry. Liam decided to break from music until now, rekindling his partnership with Emperor’s bass player Edward Butt to work on their new Arctic Lights project.

Watch the video for ‘King Of America’ – BELOW:

Their debut EP ‘Tabula Rasa’ is a whirlwind of indie melodic pop, carefully crafted songwriting, catchy bass lines, distorted guitars and a blend of classical instruments such as cello, violins and piano. Dinny Sandret from Paris indie-pop band Reipas also makes a special guest appearance on vocals in the ‘Never Enough’ track. ‘Tabula Rasa’ is the first release of a trilogy of Eps set to be released in 2021 by this exciting new act.

The ‘Tabula Rasa EP’

The ‘Tabula Rasa EP’ is out now on Bandcamp only and then on all streaming platforms over the coming weeks.

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